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Michelle's Party Plan-It: Boo-tiful Halloween Fun!

Boo-tiful Halloween Fun!



It's no secret, I love Halloween. I've loved it since I was a little girl. Remember those awful plastic mask costumes? Ya, I fell victim to those costumes every year in the 80's and let me tell you, having worn glasses since Kindergarten, they were NO BUENO. I would get so hot under those masks, my glasses would fog up and I couldn't see.  I laugh now, but it was torture to get a little candy back in the day! Thankfully, costumes have come a long way since then.

Naturally, my boys have grown up loving Halloween and we go all out. This year we decked the house out with spooky decor, pulled out the fog machines and had a blast!

The Dessert Table:
Every November 1st, I hit my favorite stores and scoop up as much Halloween decor I can find on clearance. Last year I picked up an 18 ft. outdoor Gutter Ghost and used it as this year's back drop. I set up the torches I bought for our Knights and Dragons party to add ambiance.  I made sugar Bone Cookies, cupcakes, Mummy Graves (brownies topped with mummy cake pops with a candy tombstone) and "Finger Food" pudding cups. I also filled candy jars with candy corn and gumballs. I found a silicone ice tray in the Dollar Spot at Target and made spider web, monster eyeballs and spider fondant cupcake toppers.





Above:
Finger Food  - Dollar Tree gummy fingers in vanilla pudding.
Bone Cookies - Glazed sugar cookies

Below:
Mummy Graves - Nutella Brownies topped with Mummy Cake Pops with Dollar Tree candy filled Tombstones.






The Monster Bar:
I also set up a "Monster Bar" for us to eat and hangout. Here I filled candy jars with vampire teeth, marshmallows, more candy corn and party favors.  I made jello brains and Marshmallow pops and set each table setting up with a spooky goblet, juice blood and syringe.








I LOVE these marshmallow "Brain Freeze" cones I found at the Dollar Tree. So creepy cute!


Our host, the "Mad Butcher". Don't let that boo-tiful smile fool you!


My boys..The "Mad Butcher", The "Evil Doctor" and "Flash". I just love these creeps!!!!



One of our guests....pay no attention to the "Evil Doctor" in the background.


Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a wonderful and SAFE Halloween!

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Michelle's Party Plan-It: Boo-tiful Halloween Fun!

Monday, October 21, 2013

Boo-tiful Halloween Fun!



It's no secret, I love Halloween. I've loved it since I was a little girl. Remember those awful plastic mask costumes? Ya, I fell victim to those costumes every year in the 80's and let me tell you, having worn glasses since Kindergarten, they were NO BUENO. I would get so hot under those masks, my glasses would fog up and I couldn't see.  I laugh now, but it was torture to get a little candy back in the day! Thankfully, costumes have come a long way since then.

Naturally, my boys have grown up loving Halloween and we go all out. This year we decked the house out with spooky decor, pulled out the fog machines and had a blast!

The Dessert Table:
Every November 1st, I hit my favorite stores and scoop up as much Halloween decor I can find on clearance. Last year I picked up an 18 ft. outdoor Gutter Ghost and used it as this year's back drop. I set up the torches I bought for our Knights and Dragons party to add ambiance.  I made sugar Bone Cookies, cupcakes, Mummy Graves (brownies topped with mummy cake pops with a candy tombstone) and "Finger Food" pudding cups. I also filled candy jars with candy corn and gumballs. I found a silicone ice tray in the Dollar Spot at Target and made spider web, monster eyeballs and spider fondant cupcake toppers.





Above:
Finger Food  - Dollar Tree gummy fingers in vanilla pudding.
Bone Cookies - Glazed sugar cookies

Below:
Mummy Graves - Nutella Brownies topped with Mummy Cake Pops with Dollar Tree candy filled Tombstones.






The Monster Bar:
I also set up a "Monster Bar" for us to eat and hangout. Here I filled candy jars with vampire teeth, marshmallows, more candy corn and party favors.  I made jello brains and Marshmallow pops and set each table setting up with a spooky goblet, juice blood and syringe.








I LOVE these marshmallow "Brain Freeze" cones I found at the Dollar Tree. So creepy cute!


Our host, the "Mad Butcher". Don't let that boo-tiful smile fool you!


My boys..The "Mad Butcher", The "Evil Doctor" and "Flash". I just love these creeps!!!!



One of our guests....pay no attention to the "Evil Doctor" in the background.


Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a wonderful and SAFE Halloween!

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Styling and Photography: Michelle's Party Plan-It



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8 Comments:

At October 21, 2013 at 10:02 AM , Blogger chiquita latina said...

Ahhhh! I love every single bit of it! How do I get an invitation to this shindig? Lol, just kidding girlie. Seriously, you have thrown the Halloween party of my dreams! Halloween is my favorite holiday. You sure are one talented Mama!

 
At October 21, 2013 at 10:14 AM , Blogger Michelle Stewart said...

Muchas Gracias my sweet friend! You are welcome anytime. ;)

 
At October 22, 2013 at 9:09 AM , Blogger Nancy said...

WOW!!! Amaaaaazing!! I'd love to feature this.....is it ok to take images or can you email them to me? atozebranancy@gmail.com. Gorgeous work!!

 
At October 22, 2013 at 9:12 AM , Blogger Michelle Stewart said...

Hi Nancy! We'd be honored to be featured. I'll shoot you an email. ;)

 
At October 24, 2013 at 3:31 AM , Blogger Cheryl Kirkness said...

Wow! I love everything about this party but those mummy graveyard brownies are so fun! I love how you always show the main party table layout but then also the other areas of the party as well like where the guests will sit to enjoy their goodies. You always share so many fabulous details!

 
At October 24, 2013 at 10:01 AM , Blogger Michelle Stewart said...

Thank you Cheryl! :)

 
At October 25, 2013 at 7:09 AM , Blogger Jacqui Odell said...

This is so cool! I love all the finger foods!! Thanks for linking up to Party Time on Moms & Munchkins and we hope to see you next week.

 
At October 28, 2013 at 2:58 PM , Blogger Michelle Stewart said...

Thank you Jacqui!

 

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